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FAMILY OF ANTON GOTTSCHALK

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FAMILY OF ANTON GOTTSCHALK

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Surnames: Gottschalk, Pohlman, Brunke,
2. FAMILY OF ANTON GOTTSCHALK
FATHER: Anton Gottschalk Dec. 30, 1872 to Feb. 15, 1927
MOTHER: Anna Maria Pohlman Jul 24, 1879 to Nov. 6, 1960 Marriage date unknown
CHILDREN: 17. August Gottschalk Feb. 13, 1906 to Aug. 20, 1972 18. in Wellendorf, Germany 19.
187. Maria Gottschalk (no dates) lives Hitler, Germany Klara Gottschalk (no dates) lives in G. M. Huette, Germany
20. Regina Gottschalk (no dates) lives in Dissent, Germany
21. Gertrude Gottschalk (no dates) lives in Remsede, Germany
3.FAMILY OF GEORGE GOTTSHALK
FATHER: George Gottschalk Dec. 28, 1876 to Feb. 1938
MOTHER: Gertrude Dammann Feb. 7, 1881 to June 22, 1954 In Harsewindkel, Germany
CHILDREN: 22. Bernhardine Gottschalk Jun 19, 1921 Heinrich and Klara Gottschalk from Bad Rhotenfelde, Germany. Klara Gottschalk
is the oldest and nearest living relative in Germany at the present time. She writes to Father Timothy very faithfully.
3. FAMILY OF HEINRCH GOTTSCHALK
FATHER: Heinrich Gottschalk Aug. 12, 1881
MOTHER: Clara Louise Hemsath Apr 25, 1890 MARRIED: May 9, 1914
CHILDREN: 23. Josef Gottschalk Killed in WWII 24. Paula Gottschalk Jun. 26, 1921 In Bad Rothenfelde, Germany
23. FAMILY OF KURT BRUKE
FATHER: Kurt Brunke Jul 24, 1925
MOTHER: Paula Gottschalk Jun 26, 1921 MARRIED: August 29, 1953
CHILDREN: 24. Mechthild Brunke Dec. 16, 1954 25. Petra Brunke Jul 12, 1960
BERNARD HEINRICH GOTTSCHALK was the oldest of the four boys who came to America August 17, 1867. Also it states that he was
married in Breese, Illinois, and Nov. 28, 1867. We have a strong suspicion that he came alone, and that the other brothers followed
later. Before leaving his home stead, his records tell of his freely enlisting in 1st K.D.R. (A German army regiment) of the Hanover
Germany Government. This enlistment lasted from 1855 to 1856. Shortly thereafter, he set sails to America. Not too long after his
marriage in Breese, Ill., he came to Pittsburg, Pa., where he finally made his permanent home, and raised a large family of 14
children. Unfortunately, so many of the children died in early age, or infancy. His must have been a distressing life, since only five of
the large family became of marriageable age, and did marry. He did visit his brother George Henry in Schoenchen, Kansas once. They
also corresponded very much by mail and their letter were very lengthy and of a very spiritual nature.
FAMILY OF BERNARD HENRY GOTTSCHALK
FATHER: Bernhard Henry Gottschalk Feb. 7, 1836 to April 26, 1915 in Remsede, Germany
MOTHER: Anna Weber Oct. 30, 1843 to Oct. 16, 1906 In Burlage, Germany MARRIED: Nov. 26, 1867 in Bresse, Ill.
CHILDREN:
1. Bernard Gottschalk Feb. 1, 1868 to Jul 29, 1870
2. Henry (Heinrich) Gottschalk Apr 1, 1869 to Dec. 27, 1881
3. Katherina (Mary Catherine) Gottschalk Feb 22, 1870 to May 19, 1871
4. Bernard William Gottschalk Sept 29, 1871 to Sept 12, 1872
5. Anna Bernadine Gottschalk Jun 24, 1873 to June 23, 1875
6. Bernard Henry Gottschalk Mar 15, 1875 to Sept 23, 1941
7. Mary Caroline Gottschalk Jan. 17, 1877 to June 17, 1888
8. Anna Marie Gottschalk Jul 14, 1879 to Oct. 1, 1880
9. Mary Regina Gottschalk Jul 14, 1879 to Feb 23, 1923
10. Francis William Gottschalk Mar 12, 1881 to Nov. 20, 1922
11. Casper Bernard Gottschalk Mar 12, 1881 to Dec. 9, 1883
12. Anna Elizabeth Gottschalk Jul 31, 1883 to Dec. 9, 1883
13. Michael Joseph Gottschalk June 21, 1885 to Nov. 22, 1947
14. Julius Gottschalk Jan. 24, 1889 to June 12, 1890
6. FAMILY OF BERNARD HENRY GOTTSCHALK
FATHER: Bernard Henry Gottschalk Mar 15, 1875 to Sept. 23, 1941
MOTHER: Anna C. Keitgen Dec. 17, 1878 to Dec. 6, 1946
MARRIED: August 28, 1900, Pittsburg, Pa.
CHILDREN: Angelbertum (Anna Elizabeth Gottschalk Mar 10, 1902 to May 28, 1924
Henry Bernard Gottschalk Jul 24, 1903 to Dec. 20, 1903
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